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Poor Clares get substantial donation after blogger defames Galway-based businessman

A blogger has apologised for defamatory tweets posted last month about Declan Ganley in what is believed to be the first legal settlement in the State involving Twitter content.

Do not suffer in silence from cyber-bullying

The tragic death of 13-year-old Erin Gallagher, from Ballybofey, Co Donegal, which was due to cyber-bullying has thrown the spotlight on how widespread this form of bullying is, and has sparked a very important debate on how such horrific abuse can be stamped out.

Be Galway’s 16th Man

Galway hurlers return to Croke Park in less than 10 days hoping to quench a 24 year famine and bring the Liam McCarthy west for the winter.

Students call for legislation to combat cyberbullying

Social networking sites can be a “hostile environment” where bullying is rife, according to the chairman of Dáil na nÓg in Mayo.

Come out from behind the shadows

Citizen journalism has been propping up mainstream media for the last few years and it is encouraging to see the public taking such an interest in the process of news gathering and reporting. But while journalism is a highly regulated profession, who regulates the bloggers?

Ring hits out at Dublin media following sports funding comments

Minister of State Michael Ring has been fending off criticism all week for comments he made regarding funding in sport.

Top tips to promote safer internet use in Mayo

The makeITsecure taskforce issued a series of tips to Mayo people to promote the safer use of the internet among business, consumer, young, and family users. The taskforce highlighted to people the increased security issues associated with the internet.

Leaving Cert French and Spanish oral courses return to Castlebar due to increased demand

National FETAC accredited training and education specialists, The Learning Curve Institute, will again deliver its highly popular Leaving Cert French and Spanish oral course on Saturday February 25 in The Mayo Education Centre, Castlebar.

Oireachtas alcohol report will tackle drink problem – O’Mahony

Fine Gael Mayo TD, John O’Mahony, has said that the report on alcohol and drug misuse published by the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Health and Children, “provides a blueprint on how we can tackle our national drink problem”.

Abduction rumours refuted by shopping centre management

MacDonagh Junction Shopping Centre has moved to reassure the Kilkenny public that a rumour surrounding the abduction of a child at the shopping centre over the Christmas is entirely untrue.

 

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